Site Updates

Site Stats Q1 2006

By billn on April 01, 2006 #site updates

Still haven’t managed 500 unique visitors in a day, but it’s getting closer – 463. It seems that readers are tasting-note junkies – these pages continue to draw that largest crowds, de Vogue continues it’s run as the most directly referred to page, whereas the equally ‘hard-work’ Hospices de Beaune feature has sunk without trace – maybe I should think again about doing something on the Hospice de Nuits!

Included for the first time a note on the index page to the most interesting three wines of the previous months

Cheers, Bill

Spring 2006 Report

By billn on March 26, 2006 #site updates

The Spring Report is finally up and running. A look at ~100 wines from 2004, amongst notes on the DRC 2003’s, a focus on the village of Puligny, likewise a look at the trials and new prospects for Beaujolais and last but not least, a profile of the Clos de Tart and Maison Boisset plus all the usual stuff.

Let me know if there is something particularly irksome or enjoyable.
Thanks, Bill

New Format

By billn on February 01, 2006 #site updates

Burgundy-Report has a new style for the frontpage. A nice update I think vs the older version, of which I was equally proud then! Now must work on some content…

Lunch!

By billn on December 16, 2003 #degustation#site updates

Last week I enjoyed a nice Japanese lunch with Mr Martin and Mr Goode where we put the world to right and I drank tea – funny old world. Then the dastardly Mr Martin encouraged me to buy a bottle of 1991 Chambolle-Musigny – that was corked – bugger!

Maps! Maps! Maps!

By billn on December 08, 2003 #site updates

With my thanks to the team at Kobrand and to Michael Juhn the artist responsible, the Burgundy Report now has a wonderful cartographical resource for the region – check it out!

Burgundy Report

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